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, hhs secretary kathleen sebelius seemed to blame contractors for the launch of a website that was not ready for primetime. >> i think the contractors gave us the green light and said as recently as the end of september when not only they were talking to us but talking to congress we are ready to go. >> reporter: but internal memos show project manager henry chow was having serious reservations back in july writing "i just need to feel more confident they're not going to crash the plane at take-off." the plane did crash. and thursday mr. obama seemed to take responsibility for it. >> there have been times where i thought we were kind of slapped around a little bit unjustly. this one's deserved. right. it's on us. >> reporter: several state insurance commissioners have rejected the president's renewal proposal. and an insurance industry group is warning it could raise premiums, but some experts feel some insurance companies will grant the president's wish. >> they are in the business to make money on policies. and if the policies that they were selling that they've had to d
aren't necessarily her fault. kathleen sebelius doesn't write code. she wasn't our it person. who is the it person? who's the person in charge? who's the person responsible? who's the one who signed off on this before it went public? >> the person that's responsible is our administrator. >> and did she base her decisions on the memo you sent her on the 27th? is that right? i mean, the president talked about it person. who is the it person? is that mr. van runkle? is that mr. park? is it mr. chao? which of you is that person? stwl i don't know. i don't know. i didn't speak to the president. i don't know what the president was referring to. >> let me start with this slide c-3, if i could. and this is the report that the final report came out october 13th, after october first. minor was unable to accomplish the integrity of the exchange system in full. doesn't that raise concerns? did you know about this before october 13th? >> i think that's taken out of context. >> i say it's faken out of context because there's still quite a few wrinkles. >> did you know the results of the mie noe
't do it. >> yes, they did. kathleen sebelius. >> she's not the ceo. it's basically the medicare people running this. she has the title and that's it. they didn't have an actual executive. from the president on down, they didn't have a ceo of a major piece of legislation that was remaking one-sixth of the u.s. economy. and a guy named david cutler who was the co-architect, harvard professor, he wrote them a written letter in may of 2010 saying you don't have the team in place to execute this. it's going to fail. >> you know how the government works, correct? the government works by departments. everything in the bureaucracy is headed by a department. so the treasury department handles this, justice department hams that, the defense handles this. health and human services handle obama care because that's health. ceo is kathleen sebelius. no, stop, kelly. >> no, she stdoesn't know anythg about the website. why didn't he find somebody who does? >> that's the key. sebelius was in place. she couldn't do the job. absolutely. to this day, she has no clue about any of this. however, she's still
though kathleen sebelius could not do it in 30 months it begs question where they had todd park hiding for the last 30 months, i know that lady on obamacare web site went missing for a period of time. if he is the smartest kid in the class, where has he think about for the last 30 months? they will be security issues. as i said yesterday, best thing kathleen sebeliu has going for her right now is fact that web site does not work, because once it works, you can get on, and figure out your coverage is worse and your prudentialiums arpremiums arehigher there willr mutiny. lou: the idea that this is just a web site problem. but not a problem with the model, and misalignment of incentives and a misreading of the marketplace. there have to be incentives as well as mandates to make it work it is possible that speaker boehner said it correctly. this is looking a little bit like ruination for obamacare itself. >> your reaction? >> there are voices that were barn warning, we were called arsonist and terrorists. but reality is, we begged this administration to postpone obamacare because it was no
lawmaker friday in the president's party are slamming the move and kathleen sebelius said she doubts that reversing the cancellations would work well this late in the game. now secretary sebelius is playing down the number of people who were cancelled. >> i'd say a relatively small number of people in the overall scheme of things, but for those people it's real, and i think the president felt keeping the commitment that people should be able to stay in their own plans was something he felt was important. >> relatively is the operative word there. that may be a relatively small number? but it's not small number-right? it adds up to 5,091,843 people with cancelled insurance. insurance that the president said over and over they can keep. some republican lawmakers say those folks deserve more than just a year's extension. >> they want to retain the choice they had, which was really, when you go back to the debate back in 20, i don't think it would have passed had they not been able to make this promise that we know now is really not accurate. >> that congressman, the republican fred upto
of incoherrence going on. we heard deinousiation from kathleen sebelius and jay carney saying that the upton bill is dangerous and damaging to the market and infeasible logistically and then yesterday, the president announced a fix where he is imposing by decree most of what the upton bill accomplishes. it is puzzling and the president's credibility is shot on this and he earned every bit of this problem. >> the numbers on the screen are to allow the vote. the democrats vote numbers are not on the upton bill but we'll bring that to you. julie, we understand today, the president is meeting with the ceo's and executives from the insurance companies and shbt shouldn't he have done that sonar. yesterday when he came out with the fix. they put out a letter actually the president's fix threatens to destabilize the market. >> as i said in the beginning, i am not supportive of the president's behavior and no excuse to allow the debacle it got to and no means am i suggesting that the president is on top or the white house or people working for him did a good job implementing the signature accomplishments.
that fall short of the health care law's standards through 2014. in detroit today, kathleen sebelius, the secretary of health and human services, said she thinks most people will opt for new plans. >> we just hope that on balance, people find either affordable coverage staying with their plan for an additional year and have a transition year and that's what this really is kind of a bridge year or find for that far better coverage they are better off in the new market place. >> reporter: house republicans insisted today the president's administrative change is not enough-- that it takes the force of law to do what's needed. but the white house warned the president will veto the gop bill, if it ever reaches his desk. and in any event, the measure stands little chance of garnering a majority in the democratic-held senate. instead, a handful of senate democrats-- led by louisiana's mary landrieu-- is pushing its own bill. it requires companies to continue existing coverage, but unlike the house bill, it's limited to current customers. and unlike the one year limit in the plan the preside
. this is not the big issue for health care as we move forward. >> this is what kathleen sebelius had to say on the "the daily rundown." >> so it's a relatively small but for those people it's real. i think the president felt keeping the commitment people should be able to stay on their own plans is something he felt was important. >> so that was from an event in detroit today. clearly such an uncomfortable position for cabinet secretary. >> true. relatively few number of people, goes to the heart of the credibility how it was sold. not complicated, going on amazon, get a new plan, keep your plan if you like it. that has proven not to be the case. the bigger issue here, if young healthy people are not signing up, the whole thing doesn't work. if they are keeping to their own plans, which obama care in washington says are substandard it doesn't work. they have a website that doesn't work. so the big question is when does this start working. democrats on the hill doesn't know the answer to that, the president doesn't know the answer to that. >> as susan page was saying yesterday, when you start pulling on
that if they liked their health care plan they could keep it, period. it goes back to a time when kathleen sebelius, secretary of h.h.s. said, if you like your health care plan, you can keep it. it goes back to a time when the majority who passed the legislation in the house and in the senate said, if you like your health care plan, you can keep it. period. i thank the chairman for his leadership. i thank the speaker. yield back my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. the gentleman from california. mr. waxman: mr. speaker, i yield two minutes to the gentleman from oregon, member of the ways and means committee , mr. blumenauer. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from oregon is recognized for two minutes. mr. blumenauer: thank you. i appreciate the gentleman's courtesy. the expectation that somehow the elements of the affordable care act would not be implemented is simply false. people can keep health insurance, but there are always going to be the new standards to make sure that people no longer have insurance in name only. that's what we heard about repeatedly in th
. thank you all very much. [applause] >> ladies and gentlemen, kathleen sebelius the secretary of the united states of health and human services. [applause] good morning everybody. it's my great pleasure to have another opportunity to be at this historic meeting of native americans and mask and only natives. here i want to recognize my colleagues, secretary sally jewll who has been a terrific addition to the cabinet and a wonderful colleague and partner on a lot of issues. thank you for hosting today and for your leadership. you just heard from secretary shen seki. we have worked together on a variety of initiatives and benefits to indian country and i'm going to talk about a few of those. there will be the great leader of the indian health services doctor young said who is a better help to the indian country and thank you. and stacy who works with our intergovernmental relations department. i'm also pleased we have some of our staff members here. one of the things i did is create a secretary tribal advisory committee that has been enormously helpful not only to meet all of our
's an interesting fact -- >> real quick, robert. >> here's an interesting fact. kathleen sebelius is the past president of the national association of insurance commissioners. she doesn't know better? >> i guess not. >> maybe she does. >> robert, we need another hour. thanks so much. straight ahead. this story had many of you fired up yesterday. a school district says students cannot say the pledge because there is not enough time in the name. veterans are fed up, firing back and speaking up only on our show. heart healthy, huh?! ugh! actually progresso's soup has pretty bold flavor. i love bold flavors! i'd love it if you'd open the chute! [ male announcer ] progresso. surprisingly bold flavor for a heart healthy soup. [ ding ] i sense you've overpacked, your stomach. try pepto to-go. it's pepto-bismol that fits in your pocket. relief can be yours, but your peanuts... are mine. ♪ >>> we've got an update on a story we told you about yesterday. a group of veterans fighting to get high school students in sioux falls, south dakota, to recite the pledge on a daily basis in high school may be on
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